The Chief Rabbi’s 2nd annual ShabbatUK weekend was a great success, attracting British Jews from across the religious spectrum to partake in communal meals, Shabbat services and ‘Challah Makes.’
An event for everyone, regardless of whether they had experienced numerous read more
Prior to the start of the new academic year, the Chief Rabbi joined the Union of Jewish Students’ (UJS) ‘Time to Lead’ summit to offer his view on why a “trailblazer” makes a great leader and our responsibility, as Jews, read more
The Chief Rabbi reminded 250 European Rabbis of the importance of education to the survival of European Jewry as he addressed the opening session of the Conference of European Rabbis (CER) in Toulouse.
The Chief Rabbi addresses the Conference of read more
To mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Bergen Belsen concentration camp, the Chief Rabbi journeyed to the German camp’s former site to partake in a series of commemoration ceremonies that honoured the full gamut of internees who died read more
The Chief Rabbi spoke fervently about the need to “proactively remember” the Holocaust and subsequent genocides throughout a day of engagements held to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, which this year coincided with the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the read more
The Chief Rabbi has championed the historical Jewish tradition of privileging education, citing this unchanging priority as a key driving force in the community’s survival.
His comments, which also delved into the self-improving merits of studying Torah, came in the read more
In an interview with the Manchester Jewish Telegraph, the Chief Rabbi anticipates an inspirational Shabbat UK weekend, considers the challenges ahead for British Jewry and makes clear Orthodox Judaism’s position in key contemporary debates.
Interview: Apathy, Assimilation and Antisemitism are read more
This week the Chief Rabbi held the dual role of both lecturer and participant when he attended the annual Limmud conference, a cross-communal educational event attracting Jews of all ages and various religious affiliations.
As a “teacher of the community,” read more
On 1st September 2013, Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis was installed as the 11th Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth. The ceremony was held at St John’s Wood Synagogue and attended by HRH The Prince of Wales read more